May 16th, 2002, 03:24 AM
Video Piracy in Theatres
I am from a small town so this is very new to me.
I went back to my hometown over the mothers day week-end and we went to go see the infamous Spiderman movie (btw two thumbs up!)
Anyways, When we went to the ticket booth, I notice this poster up, with a big, bright red border around it, saying no video piracy! (included a neat logo of a guy with a camcorder and a no sign over him)
To get to the point. Has anyone else ever seen this or something like it? I know movie bootleg is a problem, and with the net, it's only fueling the fire, but in my current resident city (Sudbury) at the theather, there is no reference to that....
May 16th, 2002, 03:35 AM
Paramount theatre, Montreal city...
Nous sommes souverains de stupidité au Québec...
We're not alone...
May 16th, 2002, 03:41 AM
Bonjour et bienvenue a AntiOnline!
J'espere que tu apprend beaucoup et que tu nous enseigne beaucoup aussi....
(I know, it's a little rusty....)
May 16th, 2002, 03:59 AM
I've been in the trenches on the consumer side of it. Hong Kong. 2000. "Golden Shopping Arcade". Every possible piece of software in a small reprinted package for less than 50 HK$. (Less than about 7 US$)
And then there were also the DVDs and movies... Eeevilll.
But I still don't support the SSSCA/CPTBDAEJTEIHFOAWHTGEISHTETHIEHT-whatever they want to call it now.
[HvC]Terr: L33T Technical Proficiency
May 16th, 2002, 04:04 AM
Merci pour l'acceuil...
At this time, I learned how to use my brain now...
And I'll show you how to be stupid as a french canadian...
I try to write in english the better I can but when I was young, my idiot government did'nt want me to learn a correct english, so...
I remain a little frenchie in america...
At least I try...